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Pointe au Baril | Ontario

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Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

Small yet very well-maintained provincial park located in the Georgian Bay region. Like other provincial parks in Ontario, Sturgeon Bay is a scenic and beautiful sight. Sturgeon Bay also houses a campsite close to the beach, attracting many families with children to enjoy the heat in the summertime. Stop by and enjoy a slice of the peaceful coastal atmosphere and the slower pace of life. 

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The Ojibway Club

One-of-a-kind community centre constructed over a century ago by an American entrepreneur in 1906 by renovating one of the few remaining Canadian lodges built in the era. Take a tour of the local history of the premises and stop by their American-style restaurant downstairs for a hearty meal.

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Pointe au Baril Range Front Lighthouse

This lighthouse sits on an island right in front of Pointe au Baril, accessible by boat or water taxi. The bright white lighthouse is open for visitors from mid-June to September, so plan your trip accordingly not to miss opening dates. A fun piece of local history- Pointe au Baril got its name from French fur traders who used the cork from an empty whiskey bottle to mark Pointe au Baril on the map, hence the name point of the barrel. 

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Beacon Marine

Would you like to rent a boat in the marina and take a scenic trip around Georgian bay? Stop by the Beacon Marine, where several boats ready to sail are available for rent. While out in the waters- you could try fishing on the open bay or spend a relaxing afternoon on the water.

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Captain Sammy’s Fish and Chips

What could be better after a long day of boating in the Bay than a plate of fish and chips? This diner serves fresh fried haddock and whitefish, crispy fried chips, and a great locally made tartar sauce. This is the perfect diner to try great Atlantic Canadian cuisine without leaving the Ontario region.

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Rock Pine Resort Cottages

When looking for overnight accommodation in Pointe au Baril, look no further than Rock Pine Resorts. These cottages sit right on the shores of Georgian Bay, overlooking stunning lake views. You will get access to fishing sites with over 35,000 types of Island wildlife and fish. Stay in luxury and comfort while enjoying nature’s pleasures at Rock Pine.

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Pointe au Baril Community Centre

This charming community centre holds an annual summer festival called Arts on the Bay. This Island art scene festival has live music shows and performances during its festival, and your patronage would help support this thriving Canadian music & art industry.

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Pointe au Baril | Ontario

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